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Providence Students - A Merciful King and His Merciful People

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Conflict is a sad reality of our daily life. But how should we think about it, and how should we respond when people hurt us? In Matthew 18, Jesus shows us how. ...

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Providence Students - God's Will is to Save & Keep You

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In John 6:38-40, Jesus explains that the Father's will is to save and keep anyone who comes to Christ. Today, we explore what this teaches us about God's heart toward sinners. ...

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Know Your Spouse

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We want to help your marriage flourish with gospel fruit during the coronavirus pandemic! In our Forming Healthy Marriages in Hectic Times series, we will highlight four ways to leverage this season and cultivate a healthy marriage. Here's the first thing to consider: the importance of knowing your spouse!...

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Care For Your Spouse

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Every day, you have an opportunity to care for your spouse and encourage them with the gospel. In fact, this is the first ministry that the Lord has given you! But how do we do this well? ...

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Equip Yourselves, Together

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Alongside knowing each other and caring for one another, you should also consider how you can equip yourselves to grow in holiness....

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Send Yourselves On Mission

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Our marriages do not exist for our own personal happiness. Rather, our marriages fundamentally exist so that others will see a reflection of Christ's love for His Church. ...

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Providence Students - It Is Finished: Our Steadfast Hope

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In today's video for Providence Students, Josh explores the meaning and significance of Jesus' last words before he died: it is finished. ...

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Providence Students - Trusting God Moment by Moment

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In today's video for Providence Students, Josh explores what it looks like to trust God moment by moment. By looking at Exodus 16, and sharing some principles from counselor Ed Welch, this resource explains how to trust God in the midst of fear and how to think about tomorrow. ...

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Providence Students - March 25, 2020

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In today's video for Providence Students, Josh reminds us of three truths that should shape the way we think about COVID-19 and uncertain circumstances in general. Watch this video to learn more about how God’s character, His care, and our calling have not changed and why that brings us hope!...

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Providence Students - Here's What's Coming

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We are actively preparing resources to encourage and equip all of our students and families during this time of social distancing. Here’s an update from Josh Stewart, Director of Providence Students, about what’s coming in the days and weeks ahead....

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Remind Your Students of These Three Things

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Remind your students of who they are and what they are called to. Remind them of what school is for and pray that the Lord will use these reminders to create a fruitful year of life and ministry for your students!...

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How Do We Study the Scriptures?

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Making resolutions can be tough and keeping them past a few weeks can be even harder, but as Jonathan Edwards demonstrates, making resolutions can be a fruitful venture in seeking to be disciplined and self-controlled for the glory of God....

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Students Who Love: Stories from Student Life Camp

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At Providence Students, our goal is to fulfill the church’s mission by making disciples who love God, love the church, and love the world. Everything we do, from our big annual events to our regular weekly gatherings, is meant to encourage 6th through 12th grade students as they learn to grow in their faith and live it out....

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